Last month, Northeastern undergraduate researcher Amy Sharpe won the 2nd place poster award at the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissioner’s (MACC) Annual Environmental Conference. Amy presented research that she conducted on DNA preservation, while on co-op with the Ocean Genome Legacy (OGL) at the Marine Science Center. For OGL and other biorepositories, research on DNA preservation is very important, as scientists continue to modify and develop the best methods for preserving the fragile structure of our genetic code, so that these samples can be used for biological research for years to come. Congratulations Amy!
Undergraduate Researcher Recognized at MACC Environmental Conference